Home Cartoon movies HBO Max Unveils ‘So She Did’ Campaign, Film; Hulu Launches Animated Series – Deadline

HBO Max Unveils ‘So She Did’ Campaign, Film; Hulu Launches Animated Series – Deadline



UPDATE, 11:45 am: moving woman, a feature documentary honoring Star Trek alum Nichelle Nichols, was uploaded to the International Space Station and was made available to NASA employees to mark Women’s Equality Day. The movie, from Stars North films, Shout! Studios and Concourse Media, is available for astronauts aboard the International Space Station to watch anytime, and for NASA employees and contractors until September 6.

Directed by Todd Thompson, the film chronicles how Nichols turned her sci-fi television stardom into a true science career when she embarked on a campaign to bring diversity to NASA in 1977.

moving woman is available on demand and digitally and is broadcast on Paramount +.

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PREVIOUS, August 26: Today is Women’s Equality Day in the United States, celebrated annually on August 26 to commemorate the passage in 1920 of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits states and government to deny the right to vote to US citizens on the basis of gender. .

In honor of the day, HBO Max unveiled its “So She Did” campaign initiative, as well as a short film that celebrates women who have been told they are “too much,” those who break all the rules to be who they genuinely are. The film presents Jordan Alexander (Gossip Girl), Laura Donnelly (Les Nevers), Susie Essman (Sidewalk), Myha’la Herrold (Industry), Martha Plimpton (Generation + ion), Lisa Ling (CNN That’s life with Lisa Ling), Hannah Einbinder (Hacks), Sion Moreno (Gossip Girl) and Eyricka Lanvin (Legendary).

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HBO Max also commemorates the pioneers behind the camera with the “So She Did” sets on its home page, Series & Movies page, Documentaries page, Comedy page, and the HBO hub.

Hulu marks the day with the launch of an animated television series celebrating three remarkable women and their monumental stories.

Made by her: monumental women is a 3-part animated television series that explores the lives of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Coretta Scott King. The series, with 5-7 minute episodes, was created and produced by Hulu’s in-house creative team in partnership with Black Women Animate. The series will air on September 2 with Marjory Stoneman Douglas, followed by the RBG episode on September 9 and the Coretta Scott King episode on September 16.



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